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Life of Galileo, Colossal, Jimmy McGovern, Lucy Hughes-Hallett, Thresholds at Somerset House

Life of Galileo at The Young Vic, monster science fiction black comedy Colossal, Jimmy McGovern's Broken, Lucy Hughes-Hallett's Peculiar Ground, Somerset House's Thresholds.

Joe Wright directs Brecht's Life of Galileo at The Young Vic, reimagining it with a Chemical Brothers rave soundtrack...
In science fiction black comedy Colossal, Anne Hathaway plays a woman coping with alcoholism whose alter ego just happens to be a giant space monster. It's a kaiju movie
Jimmy McGovern's newest TV offering is Broken which stars Sean Bean as an inner city priest coping with escalating personal and parish pressures.
Lucy Hughes-Hallett's novel Peculiar Ground deals with the construction and changing nature of the walls of a country estate across the centuries.
Thresholds is an exhibition by Mat Collishaw at Somerset House, re-staging one of the earliest exhibitions of photography in 1839, when William Henry Fox Talbot showed his first prints.

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are John Mullan, Laline Paull and Tiffany Jenkins. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Life of Galileo

Life of Galileo

Life of Galileo is at The Young Vic Theatre in London, until 1 July.  

Colossal

Colossal

Colossal is in cinemas now, certificate 15

Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Peculiar Ground is available in hardback and ebook from 18 May.

Mat Collishaw: Thresholds

Mat Collishaw: Thresholds

Thresholds runs at Somerset House in London until 11 June.

Broken

Broken

Broken is broadcast on BBC One starting Tuesday 23 May at 9pm.


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Presenter Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest John Mullan
Interviewed Guest Laline Pau
Interviewed Guest Tiffany Jenkins
Producer Oliver Jones

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